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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post

    This is a loss for the right, since they hoped that Hudson would gut much of the rest of the law with the mandate. If this stands, expect the insurance industry to experience conniption fits.
    nice spin, read this over and over enough and you might believe it, althouigh apparently you alread do for some reason.

    just like gibbs today, touting that so far 2 out of 3 courts have seen it their way. huh? who cares?? the only one that counts is the last one, whichever one it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    ...... Since the implementation of the HC bill did very little, I suspect any potential repeal would do even "little-er".

    Apparently your health care provider did not eliminate your plan
    because of the President of the Untied States, as mine did.
    “If you are happy with your health care you will be able to keep it!”

    HA! What a crock of hamsters!!!!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Bora View Post
    Apparently your health care provider did not eliminate your plan
    because of the President of the Untied States, as mine did.
    “If you are happy with your health care you will be able to keep it!”

    HA! What a crock of hamsters!!!!

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    Simple solution. Dumb enough to not get health insurance? Then don't pile your bill on mine. Pay for it out of your own pocket or go without. Tough love sucks!
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    I was reading something that was interesting today, in the past there have been several cases brought to the Supreme court about regulating insurance. Now I understand the HC bill does not regulate insurance prices but it does regulate how the business is done and who "has" to have it. Wouldn't that violate the rights of the states to take care of insurance on their own? The McCarran–Ferguson Act exempts insurance from federal regulation, as far as I know this is regulation in at least a few ways. If this act has not been overturned which I couldn't find anywhere it had said it was, how could the fed of even passed this in the first place?
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